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Private use and liveries – pay the market rate and save IHT
Reproduced by kind permission of LawSkills Ltd from their website (www.lawskills.co.uk). A site dedicated to helping Private Client Practitioners.
EIS for the equine operation
This article was originally published in Farm Tax Brief Volume 34 Issue 72 August 2019
The sale of a horse for VAT
In this article Joint Managing Partner Julie Butler FCA considers the VAT implications when selling a racehorse from shared ownership to applying the business economic activity test, particularly in light of the McMorris case.Published online by Accountancy Daily
A racing certainty?
Joint Managing Partner Julie Butler FCA considers the VAT implications when selling a horse or a share in one.Published in TAXATION
So you want to… set up a livery yard?
Julie Butler provides the Accountancy Advice on the approach and discipline needed when considering diversification into liveries, and horticulture generally, in this recently published Farmers Weekly article.